Get moving!Β 

Hydrating after a workout with a bowl of sweet, crisp, electrolyte packed watermelon! πŸ‰πŸ‰πŸ‰

It’s SOOOOOO important to get your body moving to heal from eczema. I know it can be hard and uncomfortable when we sweat, it can bring on some itchiness but that’s a good thing! The sweat is the toxins releasing! Today I did some yoga with some sun salutations then some abdominal work with a kettle bell (which is very important to strengthen the gut muscles for internal and external toning and better digestion), some squats and lunges with a kettle bell and then around 13 min of rebounding just until I worked up a good sweat! πŸ’ͺ

So what’s rebounding??? Just jumping up and down on a mini trampoline! Sounds fun right?! Here’s just some of the awesome health benefits: πŸ”ΉBoost lymphatic drainage and immune function πŸ”ΉHelps improve digestion πŸ”ΉHelps circulate oxygen throughout the body to increase energyπŸ”ΉImproves muscle tone throughout the bodyπŸ”ΉAnnnnd some sources claim that the unique motion of rebounding can also help support the thyroid and adrenals! So get your bounce on and help cleanse your body of eczema! Remember to move every single day, your lymph system will thank you πŸ™

*this pic was from a post on my Instagram: eczema.holistic.healing #eczemaholistichealing *feel free to subscribe!

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Recipe! – Turmeric Paste

Let’s talk about Turmeric! I love this wonderful spice and have been using it all of my life and for the most part didn’t even know it! I grew up in a Caribbean household and we had vibrant yellow curry dishes for dinner many times. The distinctive golden hue would be in our yellow split pea dahl with rice, or our curried green beans and as the sauce to the chickpea and potato fillings for rotis. It wasn’t until later in life did I realize how medicinal this spice is and how it can be used for more than just cooking!

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